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Probability Quizzes & Trivia

Mathematics has little surprises that are designed to test and push your mental limits. The paradoxes and idiosyncrasies of probability are the most fun part of it. So, if you’re looking for a mathematical way to impress your friends or beguile your enemies, these quizzes are a good place to start: “Let’s say you are at a game show where the host shows you three doors.

Behind one of these doors there’s a brand new car. Behind the other two are goats. You get to pick a door. Then, the host will open one of the doors you didn't open to reveal one of the goats. He asks you: ‘Do you want to switch doors, or are you staying with the door you chose?’ What do you do? “.

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Probability is a measure of the likelihood that an event will occur. The higher the probability of an event, the more likely it is to occur, i.e. tossing a coin gives a 50% chance of getting heads or tails.

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    If you rolled a 6-sided dice, what is the probability of rolling a 3?

Probability in mathematics explores the concept, which requires broader thinking out of the box. Gauge your knowledge on probability and how far you can stretch your thoughts through the quiz below and learn more. Enjoy.

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    A die is thrown 200 times and the following outcomes are noted, with their frequencies: What is the empirical probability of getting a 1 in the above case?

Take this interesting and tricky quiz on probability and test your knowledge about this!

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    If probability of success is 0.5 % then what will be the probability of failure?

This is a sample test to gauge your knowledge about statistics and probability. Probability Sample Test quiz will help you revise for exams and increase you know how. All the...

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    AN event has probability 1.0. Which one of the following statements best describes this event in along sequence of trials?

Can you guess what kind of a score you would have you took a probability test? Define all of the possible events and outcomes that can occur if you roll dice, which has six sides and land on three. We know there are six possible...

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    What is probability?
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What is the probability of picking a green marble, then a blue marble if you do not put back the first marble in a jar full of 6 red, 4graan, 5 blue, 5 yellow marbles?...
1/19Find the probability of picking green (4/20), then find the probability of picking blue (5/19). Remember there is one less marble in the jar. Finally multiply the probabilities and reduce to get 1/19
What would be the experimental probabililty of the coin landing on heads if it is ossed 50 times, and it lands on heads 28 times?
The correct answer is 14/25. The proportion of heads in this experiment will be equal to the total number of favorable events (i.e. heads) divided by the total number of events (i.e. heads+tails). By this formula, we shall get : 28/ (28 + 22) = 28/5
What is the probability of picking a green marble, then a green marble if you do not put back the first marble?
The correct answer is 3/95. The probability of picking a green ball marble at first is 4/20 (total number of green marbles/ total number of marbles present). Since the first green marble is not returned, the probability of picking another green marbl
What is the probability that on a math test 5 out of 30 students got an A all three got an A on the test if three students are chosen at random without replacement?
The correct answer is option A To find the probability of 3 students got an A on a test, multiple the probabilities of the 3 students. Probability of the first student = 5/30 = 1/6 Probability of the second student = 4/29 Probability of the third st
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